Rode up to Toccoa to see two cousins who are in town with their husbands and their big honkin’ Harley baggers. The road was nice and curvy, not painfully twisty. Boring by most bikers’ standards, I’m sure. But it was a pretty day, the air was fresh, and I was glad to be rolling through the countryside.
Parking was a challenge, though, because, although the bike was lowered, the stand is still stock length. So the bike barely leans. If I can park on a hill, with the left side even or lower than the right, I’m OK. But I have to figure the slant as I park, or it won’t have sufficient lean, and will tip over. So I’ll have to get the stand shortened. Another trip to the mechanic.